Grateful Dead Live at Sandstone Ampitheatre on 1990-07-04
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Subject: May be the best aud ever. 2nd set, pre-DrumSpace
Subject: HOT HOT HOT
Subject: Boys with Sunglasses
Cool Venue-no shed, just a big concrete ampithere (NO lawn) and a small stage (I guess it had a small roof, but I really don't remember-will have to find those pictures)
Great Scene-This was my first trip to the midwest for a show and man was the scene kind. Great beginning to the rest of the tour. Try selling hot pasta out of the champion handivan in that heat. Ouch
Subject: Best "Just A Little Light" ever?
Subject: Mid-West Kick off
KOA campground never slept, fireworks were unreal
Wheel started a great summer
Subject: great show
Subject: Oh so very hot
Subject: mid-set S>F!!
It was also the only show i ever saw with a MID-SET Scarlet>Fire!: a very cool surprise; and a great S>F at that - in terms of the 90s, one of the best I ever saw live (the 9/4/91 Richfield, Ohio Scarlet comes to mind as well)
All in all, this was a really enjoyable concert; one note to the reviewer below who seems to think this was the greatest-ever "Just a Little Light" - i mean no offense by saying this, but there were plenty that were better...for example check out, well, Palo Alto 5/6/89 or another i saw on 4/1/90 in Atlanta...ok i won't bother listing the rest...no question, though, that this July 4 show was a great time. The Loser was great, as was the Sugar Mag closer. The fireworks afterwards remain a great memory, since of course this was July 4. I remember lots of folks being perplexed that they didn't play Jack Straw, since we were about as close as a Dead show gets to Wichita on July 4th. well, peace be unto you all. Rock on.
Subject: I agree with the info text
Subject: the beam reverberated
Subject: long strange summer
Subject: great shows!!
Subject: Flyin' on the Forth
Just1MO1/2STEP please JERRY
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